Average Height: 5-5.5′ at the top of the head.
Average Weight: 100-150 lbs
Life Span: 70-80 years on average.
Description: Satyrs have human heads and torsos, which blend downward into furred legs ending in cloven hooves. Their legs resemble that of goats or sheep. Satyrs have a mobile, short tail. The fur on the legs ends around the hip area, although this varies on the individual. It is not uncommon for satyrs to grow considerable amounts of hair/fur on the shoulders, back, chest, and arms. Their fur can be short, medium, or long, and can be straight, wavy, or curly.
Satyrs have long, mobile ears covered lightly in fur. Above the forehead, satyrs have two horns, which can vary in shape and color. Satyrs tend to have thick, bushy hair.
Sexual Dimorphism: Satyrs follow human sexual dimorphism, although male satyrs are more likely to grow hair/fur on the shoulders, back, chest, or arms. They are also more likely to have longer horns.
Colors and Markings: Satyrs come in a full range of human skin tones, and their fur can be any color and pattern found on goats and sheep. Satyrs usually have brown eyes (which can vary from a light champagne to a rich, dark brown) or blue eyes, although grey and green are sometimes seen.
Physical Abilities: Satyrs are decently fast and are extremely agile. They are not only capable of jumping high, but have incredible balance.
Reproduction: Twins are most common, although single and triplet births are not uncommon. The gestation period is around 40 weeks.